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Beartown Voice.

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In this edition, from Katy...

Welcome to the July edition of Beartown Voice!

Writing from my kitchen, I find myself pondering the elusive British summer, even though May was officially the warmest on record. This year, our family has opted for a local adventure, planning to stay at my in-laws’ scenic campground in Pembrokeshire, close to the beautiful Broad Haven Beach. It’s an idyllic spot for those sunny days we’re all hoping for, perfectly set up for families, tents, and caravans alike, complete with sandy shores and plenty of activities for our pets.

Pembrokeshire is not just about beautiful beaches; it’s also home to the unique Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Known for its stunning coastal scenery, the park offers visitors breathtaking views, diverse wildlife, and historical sites. The dramatic cliffs and secluded beaches are part of a vibrant ecosystem that is a delight to explore.

Adding to the area’s charm is St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, which punches well above its weight in terms of cultural and spiritual significance. The city is built around the majestic St Davids Cathedral, a historic pilgrimage site since the 12th century, and is a hotspot for artistic and culinary delights.

In another vein, I recently reached out to major political party candidates to feature on my business podcast. Labour’s Sarah Russell graciously accepted, visiting our kitchen studio for a thoughtful discussion available at www. archpublications.com/podcast. Despite several attempts, the Conservative candidate has yet to respond. I’m still keen to provide a balanced platform and invite representatives from all major parties to participate.

For anyone still undecided about summer plans, consider a trip to Pembrokeshire. Whether it’s exploring historical sites or enjoying the natural beauty, there’s plenty to make your summer memorable. Join us for what we hope will be plenty of sunny days ahead!

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